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APA Hotel Pride Akasaka Kokkaigijidomae
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Check-in/out [express]
  5. Luggage storage
  6. Spa
  7. Laundry service
  8. Restaurants
"Found out that Akasaka can be a very well connected hub to many parts of Tokyo since it's very central and has different metro lines running through. This hotel was very close to the metro station and not far from amenities in Akasaka. The restaurant scene around it tends to be a bit upscale and it's only facing the government buildings, so you need to walk a little bit towards Akasaka center or take the metro for more choices. Nonetheless the hotel was one of the best APA I stayed in. On a remark, I cannot ignore the ultra-nationalist booklets and leaflets left by the Hotel Chain CEO in every room. The content of these books is highly questionable, and full with pictures of the founder, often in tacky attire, to complement that. The nationalist material cast a very bad image over Japan and the hotel chain. If you can get over this part, it's a good hotel per se. If you are concerned about who are you giving your money to, you might consider other options."
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8.7

Excellent

1800 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 109
9h nine hours Akasaka sleep lab
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
  1. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  2. Front desk [24-hour]
  3. Luggage storage
  4. Wi-Fi in public areas
  5. Lockers
  6. Security [24-hour]
  7. Daily housekeeping
  8. Breakfast [continental]
"I can honestly say that this is the best accommodation I've ever stayed at so far! 9 Hours is close to 2 stations, Akasaka-Mitsuke and Akasaka (both have different subway lines). There was a Family Mart and 7-11 nearby along with restaurants and some tax-free shops. They change the towels, pajamas, slippers, and toothbrush with toothpaste every day, plus they make your bed as well. A LOT of hairdryers and sinks are provided so there's always one for every guest. As the lockers and showers with toilets are located in the basement, the toilets are provided in the sleep pod floor too. Both the place and facilities are extremely clean. The only downside is there's no hot water to make a drink. The staff were VERY friendly. They can speak English so international travelers need not worry. And although I felt bad for bothering one of the staff at 2 in the morning to print my boarding pass, he made sure that it was not a biggie. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK! I MISS TOKYO AND 9 HOURS ALREADY!!!"
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8.2

Excellent

2740 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 49
VIA INN PRIME AKASAKA - JR WEST GROUP
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
  1. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  2. Front desk [24-hour]
  3. Luggage storage
  4. Sauna
  5. Laundry service
  6. Smoking area
  7. Security [24-hour]
  8. Daily housekeeping
"The staffs are really nice , effective and considerate."
9.1

Exceptional

3206 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 131
Hotel New Otani Tokyo The Main
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
  1. Airport transfer
  2. Bicycle rental
  3. Car park
  4. Shuttle service
  5. Swimming pool [indoor]
  6. Golf course [on-site]
  7. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  8. Front desk [24-hour]
"The New Otani is a large hotel in Akasaka. It is well located to most business operating in the Central Tokyo area, and is also close to Shibuya, Shijuku, and Roppongi. There are many places to eat within easy walking distance from the hotel. This hotel would be suited to both business travellers and holiday makers alike. "
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8.6

Excellent

2062 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 363
Nest Hotel Tokyo Hanzomon
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
  1. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  2. Front desk [24-hour]
  3. Luggage storage
  4. Laundry service
  5. Safety deposit boxes
  6. Concierge
  7. Wi-Fi in public areas
  8. Dry cleaning
"Location is strategic Central to all main subway stations. (Shibuya Akasaka Shinjuku Ginza Roppongi....etc) Family Mart n subway station just around the corner. Friendly staffs that speak English n Mandarin. Clean room with pyjamas daily. Well done Nest😘"
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8.6

Excellent

2802 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 222
Hotel New Otani Tokyo Garden Tower
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
  1. Airport transfer
  2. Bicycle rental
  3. Car park
  4. Shuttle service
  5. Swimming pool [indoor]
  6. Fitness center
  7. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  8. Front desk [24-hour]
"Got a really great room on the 32nd floor with a fantastic view of Shibuya and Shinjuku. What I really loved was the location - its really close to the Tokyo Metro Akasaka Mitsuke station and gets you connected with multiple JR and Metro lines. Good selection of restaurants and a nice garden. The Main tower has been around since the mid 1960s and though it has been clearly updated, you can still get an old school feel to it. Asides from being close to the tube and train, its close to restaurants and 24 hour convenience stores aplenty in the Akasaka area. If you wish, take a walk down Aoyama dori and you'll soon hit Roppongi and Omote Sando. Brilliant. Room was spacious, bed was comfortable. The bathroom was super clean as you'd expect of a Japanese hotel and everything worked. I enjoyed my stay. "
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8.6

Excellent

1380 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 386
APA Hotel Nagatacho Hanzomon Ekimae
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Check-in/out [express]
  5. Luggage storage
  6. Laundry service
  7. Restaurants
  8. Safety deposit boxes
"It was a great trip for my family. We were a family of 4 adults (2 being my parents in their 60s). We've book 2 rooms with double beds for the entire 7 days with a very good rate found on Agoda, considering the cherry blossoms season with not many hotels left in the market. APA chain of hotels has many hotels in various locations but we choose this as it seems close to the Imperial Palace and several other places that we intend to visit on this side of town. The hotel is well maintained, clean and neat. I'm grateful that the housekeeping cleans and sort out the room mess everyday (as well as the purchases we make as we move along the week) as it's a tight room. Hotel staff are generally helpful and friendly but they speak little English. I end up using sign languages just to get my message across - that's the fun part actually! If you get a room high enough and with the right facing, you may even get to get a glimpse of Tokyo Tower at a distance as the view from the room - Beautiful night view. The surroundings of the hotel are mainly offices. There aren't that many options for food. We've not tried the hotel restaurant as we are mostly out early in the day and back late at night. Our brunches and dinners are usually some place that we want to check out in Tokyo. Although if you really need a coffee fix, there's Chocoro café (they are famous for their chocolate rolls - Must try!!) and (I think) Starbucks around the vicinity. Overall - High ratings for a 3-Stars Hotel. "
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8

Excellent

1509 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 83
Toshi Center Hotel
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
  1. Valet parking
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Luggage storage
  5. Coffee shop
  6. Laundry service
  7. Restaurants
  8. Safety deposit boxes
"Firstly great location as it is very close to Nagatacho Stn which serves the Namboku, Hanzomon, Yurakucho lines and Akasaka-Mitsuke Stn which serves the Ginza and Marunouchi lines. These stations will get you very quickly to all the major spots of Tokyo, shopping or tourist attractions. The hotel itself was very nice for the 2 nights i stayed with great views as my room was on the 20th floor. Friendly staff, wifi, clean room and bathroom, thats all i wanted. Cannot comment on restaurants as i didnt use any of those facilities. Will definately keep this hotel on my list for a future visit"
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8.4

Excellent

3277 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 103
Centurion Hotel Grand Akasaka Mitsuke Station
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
  1. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  2. Luggage storage
  3. Contactless check-in/out
  4. Sauna
  5. Laundry service
  6. Safety deposit boxes
  7. Wi-Fi in public areas
  8. Family room
"We were a traveling couple who stayed 5 nights in Tokyo on a sightseeing vacation. The Centurion Grand Akasaka was the ideal hotel for us. It was very clean, the staff were all very friendly and the rooms had some nifty amenities. The hotel is ideally located about a 2 minute walk to the Akasaka subway station where you are pretty much on a main line to get anywhere you need to go to see Tokyo. The surrounding area also has a lot of nice restaurant choices, a kareoke bar, and all kinds of cool shops. The room itself (the queen bed room) was fairly small and a little cramped with baggage, but for Tokyo, I suppose this size of room comes with the territory. The larger bed was a good decision for us. It was very comfortable. The hotel restaurant offers yogurt, granola, soup and some baked treats as their breakfast. Everything you need to head out on your Tokyo adventure - but don't expect the egg and bacon western style you might be accustomed to. This again comes with the territory. Overall, for the price this was a very good place to rest our weary heads after long days of sightseeing and we were very satisfied with our stay."
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8.2

Excellent

3544 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 175
APAHOTEL〈AKASAKAMITSUKE〉
Akasaka,Akasaka - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Check-in/out [express]
  5. Luggage storage
  6. Bar
  7. Restaurants
  8. Wi-Fi in public areas
"Best value for money in Akasaka area. Very near to Akasaka Mitsuke station. Good restaurants nearby. Hotel is very comfortable. Rooms are small but comfortable."
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7.8

Very good

1453 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 101

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Frequently asked questions

What's the average price of a hotel in Akasaka?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Akasaka is USD 99. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Akasaka is USD 152. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Akasaka is USD 704.

What's the average price of a hotel in Akasaka this weekend?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Akasaka this weekend is USD 78. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Akasaka this weekend is USD 137. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Akasaka this weekend is USD 620.

What's the average price of a hotel in Akasaka tonight?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Akasaka tonight is USD 126. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Akasaka tonight is USD 191. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Akasaka tonight is USD 832.

What are the most popular hotels in Akasaka?

Some of our most popular hotels in Akasaka are VIA INN PRIME AKASAKA - JR WEST GROUP, the b akasaka and 9h nine hours Akasaka sleep lab.

What are the best hotels in Akasaka for couples?

Hotels in Akasaka that are highly rated by couples include VIA INN PRIME AKASAKA - JR WEST GROUP, HOTEL LiVEMAX AKASAKAGRANDE and the b akasaka.

What are the best hotels in Akasaka for families?

Hotels in Akasaka that are highly rated by families include VIA INN PRIME AKASAKA - JR WEST GROUP, HOTEL LiVEMAX AKASAKAGRANDE and the b akasaka.

What hotels in Akasaka have the best views?

Verified travelers to Akasaka have given top reviews for the views at The Prince Gallery Tokyo Kioicho, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Hotel Grand Arc Hanzomon and The Capitol Hotel Tokyu.

What hotels in Akasaka have the best breakfast?

Verified travelers to Akasaka have given top reviews for the breakfast at Hotel Monterey Akasaka, Keio Presso Inn Akasaka and Hotel New Otani Tokyo Garden Tower.

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Discover the Hidden Gems: Fun Facts about Akasaka, Tokyo

Akasaka is a bustling district in the heart of Tokyo, Japan. It is known for its vibrant nightlife, upscale restaurants, and luxurious hotels. However, there are some interesting facts about Akasaka that many travelers may not know. For instance, did you know that Akasaka was once the location of a samurai residence during the Edo period? Or that the Akasaka Palace, which was built in 1909, is the only neo-baroque style Western building in Japan? Additionally, Akasaka is home to the Hie Shrine, which is one of the most important shrines in Tokyo and is known for its beautiful gardens and peaceful atmosphere. These are just a few of the many hidden gems that Akasaka has to offer.

Top Reasons to Add Akasaka to Your Tokyo Itinerary

Akasaka is a must-visit destination for travelers to Tokyo. With its central location and easy access to public transportation, it is the perfect base for exploring the city. There are many reasons why you should add Akasaka to your Tokyo itinerary. For one, it is home to some of the best restaurants in the city, serving up everything from traditional Japanese cuisine to international fare. Akasaka is also known for its lively nightlife, with plenty of bars and clubs to choose from. In addition, the district is home to several popular attractions, including the Akasaka Palace, the Hie Shrine, and the National Art Center, Tokyo. Whether you are interested in history, art, or just want to experience the vibrant culture of Tokyo, Akasaka has something for everyone.

Getting to Akasaka: Your Ultimate Guide

Getting to Akasaka is easy, thanks to its central location and excellent public transportation options. The district is served by several subway lines, including the Ginza Line, the Chiyoda Line, and the Marunouchi Line. The closest airports are Haneda Airport and Narita Airport, both of which offer direct access to Tokyo Station. From there, you can take the subway to Akasaka. If you are traveling by train, Akasaka is easily accessible from Tokyo Station, which is the main transportation hub in the city. Once you arrive in Akasaka, getting around is easy, thanks to the district's walkable streets and excellent public transportation system.

Unleash the Fun: Things to Do in Akasaka

Akasaka is a vibrant district that offers plenty of things to see and do. Whether you are interested in history, art, or just want to experience the local culture, there is something for everyone in Akasaka. One of the top attractions in the district is the Akasaka Palace, which was built in 1909 and is one of the most important buildings in Tokyo. The palace is open to the public and offers guided tours of its beautiful gardens and historic interiors. Another popular attraction is the Hie Shrine, which is known for its peaceful atmosphere and beautiful gardens. If you are interested in art, be sure to visit the National Art Center, Tokyo, which is one of the largest art museums in Japan. Finally, no trip to Akasaka is complete without experiencing the district's vibrant nightlife, which offers plenty of bars, clubs, and live music venues to choose from.

Why Book Your Akasaka Hotel with Agoda.com?

When it comes to booking a hotel in Akasaka, Agoda.com is the best choice for travelers. With a wide selection of hotels to choose from, ranging from budget-friendly options to luxurious five-star properties, Agoda.com has something for every traveler. In addition, Agoda.com offers competitive pricing, with exclusive deals and discounts that you won't find anywhere else. The website is easy to use, with a simple booking process that allows you to find and book your perfect hotel in just a few clicks. Finally, Agoda.com offers excellent customer service, with a team of travel experts available 24/7 to assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.

The Best Time to Visit Akasaka: A Seasonal Guide

Akasaka is a great destination to visit year-round, but the best time to go depends on your interests and preferences. If you are interested in cherry blossoms, the best time to visit is in late March or early April, when the trees are in full bloom. This is a beautiful time to visit the Hie Shrine, which is surrounded by cherry trees and offers a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. If you are interested in summer festivals, July and August are the best months to visit, as there are several festivals held in the district during this time. Finally, if you are interested in fall foliage, the best time to visit is in November, when the leaves turn vibrant shades of red and gold.

Traveler Tips: How to Make the Most of Your Akasaka Trip

To make the most of your Akasaka trip, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, be sure to bring comfortable walking shoes, as the district is best explored on foot. Second, be sure to try the local cuisine, which includes everything from traditional Japanese dishes to international fare. Third, be sure to visit some of the district's top attractions, including the Akasaka Palace, the Hie Shrine, and the National Art Center, Tokyo. Finally, be sure to book your hotel with Agoda.com, which offers a wide selection of hotels to choose from, competitive pricing, and excellent customer service.

Where to Stay in Akasaka: Hotels for Every Budget

Akasaka is home to a wide range of hotels, from budget-friendly options to luxurious five-star properties. If you are looking for a budget-friendly option, the Super Hotel Premier Akasaka is a great choice. This hotel offers comfortable rooms and a convenient location, all at an affordable price. If you are looking for a mid-range option, the Akasaka Excel Hotel Tokyu is a great choice. This hotel offers stylish rooms and excellent amenities, including an on-site restaurant and fitness center. Finally, if you are looking for a luxurious five-star option, the Hotel Grand Arc Hanzomon is a great choice. This hotel offers spacious rooms with stunning views of the city, as well as a spa, fitness center, and on-site restaurant.

Taste of Akasaka: Must-Try Food and Drinks

Akasaka is known for its excellent restaurants, serving up everything from traditional Japanese cuisine to international fare. Some of the must-try dishes in Akasaka include sushi, ramen, and tempura. One of the top restaurants in the district is the Michelin-starred Sushi Yoshitake, which offers some of the best sushi in Tokyo. Another popular restaurant is the Akasaka Tantei, which serves up delicious ramen in a cozy setting. Finally, if you are looking for a unique dining experience, be sure to visit the Ninja Akasaka, which is a themed restaurant that offers delicious food and a fun atmosphere. When it comes to drinks, be sure to try some of the local sake, which is made from locally grown rice and is known for its smooth and delicate flavor.